The lawmakers say the maps approved by a state commission last week dilute the voting power of Black voters, especially in the districts that divide Detroit.
Republicans: It's time to show up and make your case to the Black community.
The president's September approval rating among Black adults has fallen by 18 percentage points compared to July, a Pew Research survey has found.
Biden failing to make noticeable strides on voting rights and police reform could hurt Democrats in the 2022 midterms.
"Loitering" local officers and gun-toting Trump supporters were among the isolated incidents that Black Southern voters cited from last November.
"These jobs have been shipped off to China [and] have been shipped overseas to the lowest bidder for the lowest wages," Hawley told Fox News Friday.
Despite waiting on 10-hour lines in the midst of a global pandemic in Georgia, Black people once again rallied to save democracy maybe, but first and foremost to save ourselves.
Harris has leaned into being the first woman and first woman of color in the role to connect with groups that will be key to the administration's success as the recovery unfolds.
The civil rights organization accused the Trump campaign and Republican National Convention of violating the Ku Klux Klan Act in their election lawsuits.
The state's newly registered voters will have their turnout tested again during January 5 runoff elections that will determine control of the U.S. Senate.
The "Desperate Housewives" star upset a lot of people with her remarks in which she claimed that Latinas were the "real heroines" of election 2020.
Exit polls conducted in Pennsylvania, Nevada, North Carolina and Georgia showed 80 to 92 percent of Black voters in each state voted for Biden.
But the current Democratic nominee has more support from white, male, female, rural and elderly voters than the previous candidate.
Trump has made repeated appeals for support from Black Americans, citing unemployment numbers and criminal justice.
Karl Rove said Trump has to hope that turnout "in Philadelphia remains at the 2016 level, particularly in the African-American community."
The Biden Harris campaign has implemented an unusual tactic and has recruited the help of a well-known battle rap league.
The president stood on a White House balcony to address supporters gathered on the South Lawn in his first in-person event since he tested positive for the coronavirus.
Black residents account for less than 16 per cent of overall ballots returned in the state so far, but more than 40 per cent of the number rejected, according to early voting statistics.
Among white likely voters in Georgia, 77 percent of Republicans say "too much attention" is given to discrimination against Black people.
Notably, the southeastern state has a process to notify voters in these instances, giving them another chance to vote and have their ballot counted.
Democratic Georgia State Rep. Vernon Jones said "the Democratic Party does not want Black people to leave the mental plantation they've had us on for decades" while urging Black voters to back President Donald Trump at the Republican National Convention on Monday.
Anderson has authored four books and founded a company to promote his public speaking career, but there's little personal information about him online.
In a wide-ranging interview, the president's senior adviser (and son-in-law) discussed his work on criminal justice reform, the COVID-19 crisis and why African Americans should vote for Trump.
Nearly 60 percent of Democratic voters now view the senator from California favorably.
Now is the perfect time for Republicans to finally focus on reaching out to black voters.
The civil rights activist and 1988 Democratic presidential candidate is set to endorse the Vermont senator at a Grand Rapids, Michigan rally Sunday afternoon.
Though beaten in the under-45 demographic, Biden still leads Sanders comfortably among older black voters.
Former Vice President Joe Biden has lost nearly one-fifth of his support among African American voters in South Carolina, a new poll released Sunday finds.
"There's a lot of feeling that our vote is taken for granted," Yvette Williams, chairwoman of the Clark County Black Caucus, told Newsweek.